Upper surface of forewing is mostly black with ivory spots along margin. Upper surface of hindwing has orange spot on costal margin and sheen of bluish (female) or bluish-green (male) scales. Underside of hindwing with pale green marginal spots. Wing Span: 3 - 4 inches (7.5 - 10 cm). Life History: Males patrol in woods, roads and woodland edges to find receptive females. Females lay single eggs on underside of host plant leaves. Caterpillars live in shelters of folded-over leaves and come out to feed at night. Some chrysalids from each generation hibernate. - from butterflies and moths.org
This one seems to really enjoy feeding on my Miss Huff Lantana which camem back this year and are a foot taller at least.
I was out looking for moths, for moth week. I spotted this guy hanging out on a black fence post, in a somewhat protected corner of my backyard. I was worried one of the dogs got it, but it flapped its wings, and then held still, returning to the same spot. I wonder if that is where it overnights.